I was born in Stockholm, Sweden, and grew up playing soccer and hockey. I didn’t start playing golf until was 14 years old, but I loved it immediately.
A few years later, I was offered a scholarship to play college golf at University of the Cumberlands, KY. I packed up and made my way over in 2010. I was named Freshman of the year, received All American honors, and won three events during my first two years of collegiate golf. In 2012, I transferred to Clayton State University. After transferring, I was awarded conference player of the year, All American, and won two more tournaments.
I then turned pro in 2015, after graduating. My career began on the MENA tour, based in Dubai. From 2016-2018, I played a mixed schedule on the Asian Tour, Sunshine Tour, and MENA tour. In 2019, I played a full schedule on PGA Tour Latin America.
Besides playing professional golf, I also enjoy teaching short game to a lot of fellow professionals and amateurs. I recently started Short Game Gains, an online platform for short game instruction and practice aids. You can check that out here. In my free time, I create content on the cool places I travel across the world, sharing my journey on Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, Twtitter, and TIKTOK.